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the man -- suspected of murdering their loved one -- gets away from police. now --the urgent manhunt to find him. good evening. and thanks for joining us. i'm christopher king. we'll get to that story in just a minute. but first -- if you woke up this morning -- and looked outside -- it may have looked something like this. thick haze -- hanging over the put a damper -- on your labor day plans. le' 13-first-alert meteorologist -- karla huelga -- for the latest on this air quality advisory. a storm system passing to our north will keep winds breezy this evening and will continue to bring milder air into the area. high temps will top out in the low 90s for labor day and we will have occasional breezes and mainly sunny skies. temps will warm to the mid 90s by tuesday as that system makes just a tad below average those days with highs in the mid and upper 90s. moisture will start to make its way into the area thursday and
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isolated storms that afternoon and evening. things look drier friday, but the moisture seeps back in for next weekend and we'll have another slight chance for isolated storms saturday and sunday. expect high temps around 100 friday through sunday as high pressure builds into the area. v this evening -- all local law enforcement departments -- -- for this man you see behind me, alonso perez -- a murder suspect -- escaped police
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somehow slipping out of his handcuffs. the family of the victim -- mohammed robinson -- is outraged -- police had their man -- but somehow let him get away. 00:03:55 magdaliene nestor-robinson, victim's sister "i want him found and i want him to pay for what he you could've walked away from the argument, you didn't need to start the argument, you didn't need to take it any further." robinson's sister says -- alonso perez shot and killed her brother -- because he didn't hold the door for a woman -- at perez -- has a small tattoo -- of the air jordan logo on his neck. take a very good look at your screen again. if you see this man -- do not approach him. he's considered armed and dangerous. call police -- right away. one person is behind bars tonight -- after a shooting on the strip. police tells us -- it happened around four this morning -- when pulls out and opens fire -- at a car in the bally's parking lot. no one was hit. the suspected gunman was arrested. no word on what sparked the
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the hospital -- after car plows into a scooter. it happened -- this morning -- at stewart and 13th street -- in downtown las vegas. witnesses tell 13 action news -- the car ran a red light at the intersection --slamming into the scooter. their injuries are not life threatening. (voice of marcelle davis/ witness) "oh my god that's the suspect. i smell gunfire." you're watching video -- of an accused gunman -- taken into custody -- after shooting and wounding two officers -- in the jailhouse. those officers -- both fighting to stay alive. police say -- the man walks in -- and fires several shots -- hitting both officers in the head and neck. people inside the lobby -- running for cover -- taking shelter inside a bathroom. (christy) "he was still in there. i didn't know because there was another officer inside and he was going like this, waving back in so i went back in. i think i heard a couple more
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both officers were taken to the hospital. the suspect -- we're told -- is a known gang member -- who served fourteen years in prison -- on several rape charges. the sheriff's office says -- the man was at the jail to visit someone. he got angry -- when he was told he couldn't cut the line. so -- they say -- opened fire. new fallout -- over colin kaepernick's national anthem protest. the police union -- patrolling the home stadium for the 4 the games. abc's -- ron claiborne -- has more. . colin kaepernick - was supposed to confront controversy this sunday... natsot - "he had every plan of being here... but because of the rigors of training.." but the 49-ers quarterback couldn't make it to a church service in san francisco -- where he was set to talk about why he refuses to stand for the national anthem. sot - rev "he will be working with nacp...
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community based organizations." the support from some in the room was obvious. the n-f-l star had planned to further explain the protest he started earlier this pre-season - nats - "?national anthem?" but now - new fallout... the police union in santa clara where the 49ers play sent a blistering letter to team management. it says that - quote - "the 49ers organization hsaaken no action to stop or prevent mr. kaer make inaccurate, incorrect, and inflammatory statements." (file) sot - colin kaepernick / san francisco 49ers "we have cops that are murdering people? cops in the sfpd that are blatantly racist." the letter suggests some officers may not accept off duty work protecting the stadium. sot - chief michael sellers / santa clara police dept. "i don't support the boycott. // my number one priority and responsibility as police chief is to provide security for the
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will keep up his protest... until real change comes. ron claiborne, abc news, new york. no comment from the 49ers -- on the police-union letter. they're referring back to their previous statement -- recognizing an individual's right -- to choose whether or not -- to participate in the national anthem. the team -- also announcing this weekend -- kaepernick will be the team's backup quarterback -- losing the starting spot -- to blaine gabbert. your voice -- you the race for the white house... donald trump -- swaying in the pews -- at an african-american church service in detroit as he hopes to persuade black voters. the republican presidential nominee -- for the first time -- addressing a largely african-american audience. he's facing sharp criticism -- for trying to woo voters of color -- while speaking to mostly white crowds. now -- trump is making a direct appeal... i fully understand that the african- american community has suffered from discrimination and that there are many wrongs that must still be made right.
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church-goers... his remarks were genuine. heartfelt, i think we have to give everybody a chance // i don't know if he has the experience to run this country doctor ben carson -- a trump supporter -- and a former presidential candidate -- also in attendance -- showing trump around his old neighborhood -- in the meantime -- the democrats go on the offensive against donald trump. vice-presidential candidate -- tim kaine -- linking a cyber-attack on the democratic national committee to the trump campaign. kaine -- comparing the attack -- to the watergate scandal. we know this cyber attack on the dnc was likely done by russia. a president was impeached and had to resign over an attack on the dnc during a presidential election in 1972. this is serious business.
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agencies -- to find hillary clinton's deleted emails. trump -- later saying -- the comments were "sarcastic." 26 people -- on board a fishing boat -- when the worst-case scenario happens. the ship -- taking on water. how a good samaritan vessel nearby -- sails into action. and it's all caught on camera -- next. plus -- a local boy -- fighting for his life -- after a car hits him -- outside of school. why the family says -- the driver respons dramatic new pictures of a
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today -- we're getting our first look. it happened yesterday -- when the sport-fishing boat -- began taking on water -- near the coronado islands. a good samaritan vessel -- nearby-- rescued 21 passengers -- and five crew members -- u-s coast guard. no one was hurt. mother teresa -- is officially a saint. tens of thousands of pilgrims -- gathering in saint peter's square -- to witness the canonization. known as the "saint of the gutters" -- the roman-catholic nun -- devoted her life to helping the poor. organizers -- bussing in 15- hundred homeless people. they were given seats of honor at the mass -- and served pizza after the ceremony -- in honor of the new saint's life-long mission.
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ranks of other catholic saints -- 19 years after her death... a local boy -- is fighting for his life. anthony orozco -- just 16-years-old -- is in the intensive-care unit right now. his father says -- he was hit a reckless driver wednesday -- after school -- right outside his home -- near deer springs and grand montecito parkway. according to the family -- the driver admitted it was her fault. but they say -- she only got a ticket -- for negligent driving. anthony -- suffering fractured ribs -- vertebrae and pelvis. he has a gash on this left -- exposing an artery -- that's now infected. this -- all according to his family, they have a go-fund-me page set up -- to help cover the rising medical bills. we have a link on our website -- ktnv.com. hermine -- already unleashing her wrath in florida -- and up into the carolinas and virginia... now -- she's taking aim at the same area -- that's just recovering from superstorm sandy. how people there -- are preparing -- for potentially deadly flooding.
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homeowner's association... i was lied to! that's what irks me what a decade-old paper trail uncovers -- leading to a settlement -- putting thousands of dollars -- back in his pocket!
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goes haywire -- injuring several children. witnesses say -- children were dangling from the ride -- some even falling off -- when it malfunctioned. they say -- the operator releasing the safety bars -- before the ride came to a stop. parents -- forced to watch in terror -- as kids held on for dear life. (sot kira parrish - fair ride witness) i really thought i was going to die // it was so high, and i couldn't hold on (butted to) (sot jonathan ? - fair ride witness) what was going through my mind is, i'm not going to just days ago --- another ride at the same fair -- had to be dismantled -- after two workers -- were shocked during installation.
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hermine moves north. the massive storm -- won't make landfall again. but it will create dangerous -- potentially deadly -- rip currents and flooding -- for millions of americans. abc's -- eva pilgrim -- is along the jersey shore -- with the latest. along the east coast - the calm before the coming storm. nats boardwalks and beaches quiet? as bulldozers try to build up a sand barrier - to keep the ocean out of the streets. after hermine barrelled through the south - leaving crews cleaning up downed trees, power sot - hopie firth / resident "nobody expected this." ?the storm moved out into the atlantic. sot - "i was really surprised to see the sunshine. i thought it was going to be raining all day." but experts warn people further north - not to let their guards down: the storm is coming. tropical storm warnings extend along the coast through maryland, delaware, new jersey and long island? watches into massachusetts. sot - ginger zee / abc news
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coastline storm. beach communities like this will be impacted most." along the new jersey shore - few people ventured out - fewer still braved the water. a far cry from most labor day weekends. sot - "the weather forecast scared everybody away." but after seeing what hermine can do - this man is not taking any chances. sot - "i have a home here? i will be leaving this afternoon. i don't want to tempt fate." while the storm will now stay over the water? coastal flooding and potential deadly worse. all these areas are at risk for significant storm surge and beach erosion. in the south - the cleanup has already started? and in some places - stalled. more rain is falling on florida? add that to the hurricane-run off - and residents are evacuating again. sot - sheriff chris nocco / pasco county, fl "if you are in an area where you've seen a lot of flooding in the past - leave." people in new york also heeding that advice? sot - "i bought supplies, put all the furniture...
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eva pilgrim, abc news, long beach island new jersey. area. high temps will top out in the by tuesday as that system makes a full exit. two more systems will pass to our north wednesday and thursday which will keep temps just a tad below average those days with highs in the mid and upper 90s. moisture will start to make its way into the area thursday and we'll have slight chances for isolated storms that afternoon and evening. things look drier friday, but the moisture seeps ba next weekend and we'll have another slight chance for isolated storms saturday and sunday. expect high temps around 100 friday through sunday as high pressure builds into the area. in the low 90s for labor day and we will have occasional breezes and mainly sunny skies. temps will warm to the mid 90s by tuesday as that system makes a full exit. two more systems will pass to our north wednesday and thursday which will keep temps just a tad below average those days with highs in the mid and upper 90s.
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way into the area thursday and we'll have slight chances for isolated storms that afternoon and evening. things look drier friday, but the moisture seeps back in for next weekend and we'll have another slight chance for isolated storms saturday and sunday. expect high temps around 100 friday through sunday as high pressure builds into the area. wx chat in the low 90s for and we will have occasional breezes and mainly sunny skies. temps will warm to the mid 90s by tuesday as that system makes a full exit. two more systems will pass to our north wednesday and thursday which will keep temps just a tad below average those days with highs in the mid and upper 90s. moisture will start to make its way into the area thursday and we'll have slight chances for isolated storms that afternoon and evening. things look drier friday, but the moisture seeps back in for next weekend and we'll have
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sunday. expect high temps around 100 friday through sunday as high pressure builds into the area. in the low 90s for labor day and we will have occasional breezes and mainly sunny skies. temps will warm to the mid 90s by tuesday as that system makes a full exit. two more systems will pass to our north wednesday and thursday which will keep temps just a tad below average those days with highs in the mid and upper 90s. moisture will way into the area thursday and we'll have slight chances for isolated storms that afternoon and evening. things look drier friday, but the moisture seeps back in for next weekend and we'll have another slight chance for isolated storms saturday and sunday. expect high temps around 100 friday through sunday as high pressure builds into the area. wx chat many of us here in southern
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homeowner's association. that means -- paying dues every month. but what would you do -- to get out -- of forking over all one homeowner's fight -- for freedom. 26:22 darcy stand-up lead: in homeowner won a big victory over his hoa, and he's literally screaming about it from the rooftops--posting big, blown-up copies of the checks the court says the hoa owes him, for sandbagging and defying court orders. it's almost unheard of for an hoa to pay you, the homeowner. but jonathan friedrich got ten-grand from the rancho bel air board after filing a lawsuit, accusing them of fraud. 3:13 jonathan: they violated state, federal and municipal
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the board was forced to pay sanctions for being evasive and disobeying court orders in friedrich's ongoing case. he started the fight after discovering he's not part of an hoa... even though he lives in a guard-gated hoa community. 13:10 darcy: you believe rancho bel air belongs in the hoa hall of shame? jonathan: you betcha, because they have lied, they have cheated, they have deceived people. they tried to take my home away foreclose! they had no authority to do that! to understand why the hoa had no authority to do that even after friedrich stopped paying his monthly assessments, we need to talk donuts. 24:21 darcy stand-up: this is a donut hole, but so are jonathan friedrich and his home, according to court documents. that' makes the hoa the donut, and the hole simply isn't part of it. friedrich, who's currently running for state senate, is a retired construction supervisor and outspoken advocate for
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the state commission that oversees hoas. / nat pop 13:49 - this area outlined in red is rancho bel air unit 1./ within rancho bel air, there's a dividing line. one friedrich literally painted down the middle of his street at his property line. the community is made up of two units, developed at different times. :48 jonathan: it took the state of nevada many years to figure out there's something very wrong here. friedrich followed a decades-old pa found proof that homeowners in unit one were never officially part of the hoa. a few have never paid the $200 monthly assessments. others opted to join the hoa. and then, there's jonathan. 2:54 jonathan: i gladly paid it for 10 years. but i was lied to! that's what irks me. court records show the developer for unit two sent all homeowners a letter telling them they were part of the hoa. but it wasn't official. and the judge ruled, it's not
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the gestapo associations that you read about. barry becker is the unit two developer and an hoa board member. 1:48 barry: and we don't enforce anything on anybody in unit one, with the exception of requesting that they pay the association dues. the association collects what they call an "amenities assessment," which friedrich refuses to pay. it covers the manned guard gate, street lights and maintenance and some flower front. as for the security of living in a guard-gated community? 8:10 j: they cannot and have not provided security for us, even though they say it. last year, there were six burglaries in this part of the community. still, becker believes... 8:05 barry becker: he bought into a guard-protected community and now he wants someone else to pay for his share of that. i don't think that helps
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tells me they're appealing one of those $5,000 sanctions they had to pay friedrich, who says he, too, isn't done fighting. the case is scheduled for trial where he's hoping to get back all the money he previously paid in hoa dues. darcy spears, 13 action news. we'll be right back -- with a final check on your labor-day forecast with karla huelga. you're watching 13 action news -- where we bring you breaking news fast -- and first. we'll be right back.
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twin cubs -- at the atlanta zoo. they're the first giant pandas -- born in the u-s this year -- and the second set of twins -- for 19-year-old lun-lun. the cubs were born almost hairless -- and just a little
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karla ad-lib over camera a storm system passing to our north will keep winds breezy this evening and will continue to bring milder air into the area. high temps will top out in the low 90s for labor day and we will have occasional breezes and mainly sunny skies. thanks for joining us. it's college-football kickoff -- the notre-dame fighting irish -- take on the texas longhorns. we'll see you back here -- after the game.
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the following is a presentation of espn on abc. it's a hot night in austin. deep in the heart of texas, we have found a strong pulse to the longhorns. coach strong, that is. year three, and many feel he may be trotting out the most improved team in the country. he does so with youth, including anticipated debut of passer shane buechele. meanwhile, notre dame's brian kelly takes this challenge head-on. the fighting irish are so loaded, they'll play with two quarterbacks. zaire and kizer. it's college football sunday night main event.

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